Scríobh Richard Marsh:
> What about people not on this list, especially those of the
> well-ripened variety the sessions are aimed at? Isn't Sunday afternoon
> the time they are most likely to be visiting or being visited by family?
True. Equally important to reach the unvisited elderly, who often have
great stories to tell, but can be seen drifting around town after Mass
on a Sunday, with no particular place to go. With any luck, Thyme will
have taken off before winter closes in (already, I can feel the light
declining week by week), so that both Sundays and Saturdays will give
more possiblity of choice.
> Saturdays and Sundays are equally problematic for me. I often have
> tours or excursions on one day or the other. I'll know Wednesday or
> Thursday if I'm doing Glendalough this Saturday.
Lucky you! Haven't been to Glendalough for months, myself, but - again
fingers crossed - hoping to make it soon, lest Kevin forget who I am.
> Richard Marsh